It's no secret that smartphone makers like to add their own embellishments to Android. Unfortunately, a lot of those extras don't really add to the experience. Samsung's new One UI has raised the bar however, showing that 'custom' doesn't have to mean 'worse'. Here's what you need to know.
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The Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks just keep coming - and this one could be the biggest of all. According to a report on out sister site Gizmodo, the S10 will reportedly launch on February 20 2019; one week before Mobile World Congress (MWC).
It will purportedly come with 1TB of storage, 5G network support and a fearsomely prohibitive price tag. Here are the details!
Samsung's flagship handset range, the Galaxy S series, should be getting a new release in February next year, most likely during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. In the meantime, there's the Galaxy A8s, which appears to boast many of the same features as its more expensive sibling. Here's what it offers.
The final nail may have just been struck into the headphone jack's coffin. After years of dogged support, Samsung has quietly ditched 3.5mm audio connectivity from its latest smartphone in favour of USB-C. There's reason to believe that the decision will encompass all future Galaxy models. Here are the details.
Testing of Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10 is in progress and someone working in the factory where the new device is being made has snapped a few sneaky shots and shared them with the world. And while the shots don't reveal much that we don't already know, it's clear that the in-display camera, which avoids creating a notch but results in a hole, looks to be confirmed.
A new era is dawning in the world of smartphones. The standard form factor is evolving with major phone makers leaking plans or announcing new models with foldable displays that offer lots more screen without sacrificing portability. Here's everything we know about the folding phone plans from Samsung, LG, Huawei, Lenovo and Apple.
Last week, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 could be coming with an enormous 6.7-inch display, fifth-generation 5G network connectivity and as many as six cameras. Now, a prototype of the front display has been spotted in the wild - and it reveals something that could catapult this phone above all other Androids.
Earlier in the month, Samsung revealed its world-second folding phone, and heralded a future of holographic displays while it was at it. This isn't the first time Samsung has changed up its mobile display game, however, and to mark that fact it's released an infographic of all its biggest developments over the years - including folding tech.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone has just been leaked majorly with hardware renders, photos and specs all rampaging across the internet. It appears the new phone will be packing in a range of next-gen features including 5G-network support, an in-screen camera and the largest Galaxy display ever seen. Here's everything you need to know.
Even with the reveal of Samsung's oddball folding phone, all eyes are still on the upcoming flagship. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most anticipated phones of 2019, expected to be released early next year. If you're eagerly holding out for news on the Galaxy S10, here's everything we know (and think we know) about Samsung's next phone.
Last week, we caught our first official glimpse of Samsung's folding Galaxy smartphone at SDC 2018. Now, a leaked memo has revealed the release date and pricing for this intriguing gizmo. The 'Galaxy F' will be available to buy in March 2019 alongside a 5G-powered Galaxy S10. It will also cost well north of $2500 in Australia. Yikes.
There was plenty of Samsung buzz coming out of two individual events this week, not the least of which included the unveiling of its yet-unnamed foldable device. Another neat reveal coming out of the Android Dev Summit, however, is a feature that will allow users to continue using Android apps while they're being updated.
The Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) is the place where Samsung shows off the latest software innovations powering its new and upcoming hardware. The theme for this year's event was 'turning now into next', with the company finally unveiling its plans for folding smartphones, new advancements in AI and its plans for 5G. Here are five biggest announcements from the event (so far.)
Samsung is reportedly working on a futuristic smartphone that boasts everything from a 'hidden' camera in the middle of the screen to a holographic display. Other highlights reportedly include an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, an atmospheric pressure sensor, an inbuilt projector and a transparent antenna for a true bezeless display. Could this be the Samsung Galaxy S10 or something else entirely?
CentreCom has a nice sale going on at the moment on Samsung EVO 970 SSDs, with the 250GB model available for $99, and 500GB for $139. While they're M.2 drives and as such, only good if you have a laptop (or motherboard) that supports the format, there's an extra sweetener — a free copy of the latest Assassin's Creed game, Odyssey.